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Recipe by Wine Type

Red Wines 

Red wine is popular for many reasons.  It tastes great and it may have a variety of health benefits.  Most red wines are also food-friendly.  A great wine pairing can make your food taste truly amazing.  A well-known pairing is Cabernet Sauvignon and steak, once you enjoy a combination like this, you will be inclined to research how different red varietals pair with specific foods.  That is the fun of learning and experimenting with wine.

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Dessert Wines 

So how to figure out what wine to pick with dessert? There are three factors to consider: acidity (an acidic wine may pair best with a fruit dish, which also has natural acidity), intensity (the more intense the flavors of a dessert, the more intense the wine), and sweetness (a dessert wine should be sweeter than the dessert itself).

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